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2017 Spring CMTC Symposium

March 8, 2017 -
11:00am to 4:20pm
Morning session "Condensates and Machine Learning"
11:00-11:45  Aydin Keser “Analogue stochastic gravity in strongly-interacting Bose-Einstein condensates”
11:45-12:30  Dong-Ling Deng “Machine learning and artificial neural network quantum states”
 
Lunch Break 12:30-2
 
Afternoon session "Majorana Fermions and Beyond"
2:00-2:45  Will Cole “Finite size scaling of Majoranas near the Ising critical point”
2:45-3:30  Ching-Kai Chiu “Conductance of a superconducting Coulomb blockaded Majorana nanowire”
3:30-4:15  David Clarke “Parafermions in gapless edge states--disappearing zero modes and other puzzles”
CMTC Conference Room
Toll Bldg. 2205
College Park, MD 20742

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